Do you know the story behind why these jars are called "ginger jars"? They are so-called by English speaking countries after these jars were brought over from China and used in transporting oil, salt and the precious ginger spice which is how it got its name. While it is no longer used by merchants for transporting items, it has now been redeployed to serve the decorative needs of interior and exterior spaces. They are often placed in groups for heightened decorative effect or simply placed individually for that unique look. Please order large enough pallet size so that this product can be freighted conveniently.
These items are handpainted so imperfections will occur. Due to kiln firing technique colour variations will occur.